DREAM 7 Challenge Seeks Informatics Solutions to Support Translational Medicine | GenomeWeb

The organizers of the annual Dialogue for Reverse Engineering Assessment and Methods have released this year's informatics challenges, which are focused on applications that support translational medicine.

Three of the four challenges for DREAM 7 call for the development of informatics tools and methods that will support ongoing efforts to treat cancer and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

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